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Need some advice about clickbank

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by YoungGrasshopper, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. YoungGrasshopper

    YoungGrasshopper Newbie

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    hey guys Iv been reading about clickbank for a while now and decided I will give it a try. Im not sure if im doing it right so I would like you guys to take a look and see if thats what im suppose to be doing or if im off on the wrong foot.

    Anyway I picked some lottery product to promote which I did it to late I guess and I have not had the chance to spread it around. What im asking is if this is what the article/site is suppose to look like or not. Alright so here is my squidoo page http://www.squidoo.com/winning-the-powerball-lottery . Im not trying to promote anything just asking for your opinions on it and if thats what the article should look like or not. If you can or have the time please read it as I would really appreciate your opinions or any advice you guys have. thanks
     
  2. rufus40444

    rufus40444 Newbie

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    How many views have you gotten to this page so far?

    The lottery products on CB seemed pretty saturated last time I looked at them, so you may be facing tough competition. Have you taken steps to market this article yet?

    Also, you should use a link shortening service or use a free blog at blogger to hide you direct affiliate link in the article. Right now it goes directly to your affiliate link. It's better to link to a landing page that you created, then redirect the visitor to the affiliate link.

    I'd say make the link more prominant, and put one closer to the beginning of the article if possible.
     
  3. YoungGrasshopper

    YoungGrasshopper Newbie

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    thanks man il give that a try with my next product.